I experiment with movement, especially fluidity and the merging of the sensual and spiritual, highlighting Afro-Diasporic parallels. I use movement and music spanning the African diaspora to show how ancestral rhythms survive in our bodies and are embedded within our spirits.
I engage in ministry that views the body itself as divine and holy. I explore the merging of sensuality and spirituality. I use movement as a way to generate new theologies and encourage others to deepen the spiritual connection between their bodies and souls.
My work celebrates the process of survival and all it entails. I honor those with chronic illnesses, disabilities, and those who are survivors of trauma. I find special joy in helping people of all ages, genders, abilities, and backgrounds embrace their bodies and move in a way that brings them joy and peace.
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